True love cannot be seen in physical and cannot be taught by other people but it is what is inside your heart. In order to understand true love, we need to understand love. Love is defined as an intense feeling of affection for someone, which means that you view someone as awesome and desirable based on your beliefs, judgments, and experiences.
Whatever happens to your loved ones, even if it injured or become disabled you cannot deny your hearth that you really love the person. The physical reactions of love are a neurological condition where we feel bonded to something or someone else. When we feel attached to someone else, our brain releases chemicals such as serotonin, oxytocin, vasopressin, dopamine, and norepinephrine. All of these chemicals cause us to think loving thoughts and feel the physical sensations that we associate with love.
If you really love someone you should keep your promises. Promises are an extension of trust. When someone you love promises to do something and breaks it, then they are breaking your trust on some level.
lastly, true love can be seen in when they are happy and feel good. When they are feeling loved, appreciated, or on top of their game, you feel good. Even if you are unhappy with yourself, you feel a sense of appreciation that they are feeling good. That’s what true love is really all about. You value them so much that you want them to be happy in life and free from suffering. You are willing to stay during the tough times, your partner gets sick, physically or mentally. They are struggling with a life crisis that has pushed them into a different state of being. They are struggling with finding themselves. All of these times can be tough, but if you are experiencing true love with someone, you will stay, support, and find ways to help them through their tough times.